The British government has significantly shortened the so-called Travel Red List. From Monday, compulsory, paid quarantine will have to be implemented in hotels indicated by the authorities after returning from only seven countries, and not from 54, as is the case today.

employment red leaf will remain: Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Colombia, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela. Currently, it includes all Latin American countries, nearly half of African countries and a dozen or so Asian countries. All people returning from Red List countries must be isolated in hotelsIt lasts a full 10 days and costs £2,285, which can only be entered by citizens and residents of the UK and Ireland.

British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps stated that A significant reduction in the number of countries included in the Red List is made possible by advances in immunization around the world. Restoring people’s confidence in travel is essential to rebuilding our economy and leveling the playing field in this country. With fewer restrictions and more travelers, we will continue to be able to safely proceed with the path of reconstruction Shapps said.

In addition to shrinking the Red List, Shapps also announced, The UK will recognize vaccination from 37 other countriesWhich will allow those coming from them to avoid quarantine. So far, people vaccinated against Covid-19 in Great Britain, the European Union, EFTA countries, the USA and many other countries have been released from home quarantine, including in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea and Israel. Now they will join this group, among others Hong Kong, Brazil, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Kenya and Ghana.

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people who come from Countries that are not on the Red List and have not been vaccinated or vaccinated In countries where vaccination programs are not recognized by the British government must go into quarantine for 10 days at home.

The changes announced by the British government concern only those coming to England, but the Welsh government has already announced that it will comply, and the Scottish government has stated that it has been agreed between the authorities of the four parts of the United Kingdom, indicating Scotland and Northern Ireland will do it themselves.